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  1. Thanks, yeah im going to send my application when it opens. Got my fingers crossed
  2. The process is pretty similar here, although im not sure what GCSE and AS are. The test we have to take here in the states is the MCAT and the application process is done through the American medical college applicaiton services (AMCAS) and most is not all medical school require you to apply through AMCAS. Volunteer experience and work experience is not require but im sure it help your application alot.
  3. So medical school applications open on June 5th, and I have pretty much everything in order. Is any one here also applying for medical school? My GPA and MCAT are average to above average and I have a lot of volunteer and shadowing experience so im a little optimistic about my chances. My top choice is the medical in my home state which is ranked pretty well in primary care. I was wondering how you guys choose which medical schools to apply to? Cause your chances drops significantly as an out of state applicant.
  4. I was thinking about that when I was setting up the router, but i got too lazy lol
  5. gotcha thanks, kinda lame i gotta say tho
  6. So ive been out of the game for a few years now, not really planning to come back anytime soon. but i just check the hiscore the other day (out of boredom) and my main doesnt have any stats up even though I have 3 99s. did jagex change how hiscore work?
  7. Thanks guys for all the help, I decided to just go with a usb wireless adapter for now, got it for under $20 which was nice. Everything is ordered through amazon and newegg. I got prime shipping so everything should be here early next week. Will update with picture!
  8. I have a apple airport extreme hooked up to a Motorola SB6120 modem
  9. on another note do you have any tips for LAN connections? my current desktop has a built in wireless card, but this one doesnt. I dont really want to run cables across the room. I was looking at powerline to extend a LAN connector across but those are pretty expensive, do you guys have any tips?
  10. Thanks guys, I went with the i5-2500k after doing some research and got the gtx570 superclocked, which was actually cheaper than the standard 570 with rebate. The motherboard I went with the asrock extreme4g3 p67 chipset, i wanted the extreme4 cause my case has usb3.0 on the front and i wanted usb3.0 internal headers. and i ditched the bluray for a dvd drive, was gonna get the cool master evo but amazon had prime shipping so the plus ended up being like $15 cheaper so I just went with the plus.
  11. Even if the game is installed on the normal HDD?
  12. Ive never built a computer before so Im trying to stick with brand name components like Asus or intel motherboard, I havent heard of asrock so Im not sure. As for the SSD drive for the OS, is there a big difference when running programs and games? if its just faster boot time I think I can do without a SSD
  13. I think Ill stick with the 2600k its not too much more expensive and itll cover me for the foreseeable future its the 570 worth the upgrade from 560? if it worth the $90 price difference I will get the 570 instead. I guess I dont really need a bluray, seeing as i watch everything on the ps3 anyway. and is there an ATX motherboard you would recommend? I was also looking at the Asus maximus IV extreme, but it is $100 more expensive
  14. Thanks for all the help guys, took me a little over 2 hours, but its finally put together. set went without a hitch. Uploaded with ImageShack.us Well most of the parts came in today Uploaded with ImageShack.us The CPU, memory and the dvd drive wont be here till wednesday So ive decided to build a new computer mainly for gaming, my 3 year old HP computer is having trouble playing some of the newer games and has given me quite a few headaches with BSOD. I wanted to build a mid range gaming PC so it can handle Skyrim, ME3 and Guild wars 2 on max setting so nothing over the top. Now Ive never built a computer and I probably have just above average understanding about computers. My budget is $2000 but of course I want to spend as little as possible. After watching a bunch of youtube videos and looking through a bunch of reviews I finally managed to pick the following parts. So I wanted to get your opinion who probably know alot more about computers than I do about this before I order the parts. Thanks! **Thanks guys for all the help, this is what im going to go with, will update with picture when they get here next week. Corsair Obsidian 650D Aluminum Mid Tower ATX Computer Case Asrock Extreme4 Gen3 P67 LGA 1155 motherboard Intel Core i5-2500K Processor LGA 1155 EVGA GeForce GTX 570HD superclocked Corsair HX Professional Series 750-Watt 80 Plus Certified Power Supply Compatible with Core i7 and Core i5 - CMPSU-750HX Crucial 64GB SSD for boot Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB SATA III 7200 RPM 64 MB Cache Internal Desktop Hard Drive Bulk/OEM - WD1002FAEX G.Skills 2x4GB memory Liteon DVD drive Cooler Master Hyper 212 Plus 120mm Sleeve CPU Cooler, RR-B10-212P-G1 it all comes out to around $1400, not bad
  15. He is formatting the disk into two partitions, one that is HFS+ and one that is FAT, not NTFS. would i still be able to use time machine with the HFS+ partition and FAT with windows and mac? and another question which does the ps3 use? btw thx for all the help!
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